Python lower

The Python lower function converts the given string into Lowercase letters and returns a new string. Let us see how to convert a string to lowercase using lower Function with example.

The syntax of the lower function in Python Programming Language for a lowercase string is

String_Value.lower()

Python lower function Example

The following set of examples help to understand how to convert a string to lowercase using the string lower function.

TIP: The string lower Function keep the Non-letters unchanged.

# Python string lower() Method Example

Str1 = 'Learn PYTHON AT Tutorial GateWay'
Str2 = Str1.lower()
print('First Output of a Lower() method is = ', Str2)

# Observe the Original String
print('Converted String is = ', Str1.lower())
print('Original String is = ', Str1)

# Performing lower() function directly
Str3 = 'PYTHON ProGramming'.lower()
print('Second Output of a Lower() method is = ', Str3)

Str4 = 'PYTHON1234Tutorial'.lower()
print('Third Output of a Lower() method is = ', Str4)

Str5 = '12345'.lower()
print('Third Output of a Lower() method is = ', Str5)
Python Lower

The following statement converts the String variable Str1 into lowercase using the lower function, and prints the output.

Str1 = 'Learn PYTHON AT Tutorial GateWay'
Str2 = Str1.lower()
print('First Output of a Lower() method is = ', Str2)

This Python function returns the output in a new string, instead of altering the original string.

# Observe the Original String
print('Converted String is = ', Str1.lower())
print('Original String is = ', Str1)

To change the original String, write the following string lower statement

Str1 = Str1.lower()

The Lowercase String function only converts the letters into lowercase and leave other values unchanged. Within the following lower statements, we used the numeric values along with letters.

Str4 = 'PYTHON1234Tutorial'.lower()
print('Third Output of a Lower() method is = ', Str4)

Str5 = '12345'.lower()
print('Third Output of a Lower() method is = ', Str5)